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For more than a year, four artists passed a sketchbook around in a sort of drawing-based version of the telephone game.
Napoleon Dynamite soundboard
Quip memorable lines like "Your mom goes to college" and "Idiot!" from the cult classic film.
History of the Batmobile
Confused why Batman's next ride is a souped up off-road SUV? Learn more about the Dark Knight's vehicles in this informative site.
Baby Name Voyager
See how your name and others rank through the decades in this fun and graphically informative site.
This simple, yet complex site claims to be a study in artificial intelligence. Think of an animal, plant, mineral, etc. and the computer will correctly guess (most of the time) the answer.
What To Rent
This clever online movie-rental site matches users with film rental suggestions via an online personality test.
Steven Seagal Is Missing
Celebrity bashing or just wishful thinking? That's the big question at this site, which presents the former action star as the victim of a fictional kidnapping.
Do I Need a Jacket?
Weather sites don't come any more straightforward than this. Simply enter your city of residence into the area provided, hit return and find out immediately if you need to wear a jacket or not.
At this clever site, visitors wash their hands clean of trouble with just a few mouse clicks.
This unofficial site provides enough information on the comedian to impress Superman, but also takes fan obsession to new heights.
At this odd site, a Web cam documents every waking (and sleeping) hour of a box of lard sitting inside a fridge.
Museum of Hoaxes
This site contains dozens of synopses of cons, both high-brow and low, that proved successful in the real world.
Remember this American Idol reject? Aside from his latest holiday-themed album, patrons can buy cell phone ringtones, PC wallpapers and more.
A Web site entirely dedicated to Ashlee Simpson's SNL "lip-syncing incident."
Build Your Own Garbage Pail Kid
What's grosser than gross? Find out at this low-brow site, which lets visitors create unique virtual cards of the cult items.
Fido Dido Puzzle
In this diversion, you pick a number, follow a few simple instructions and then witness the site's animated main character reveal the number to you.
Save Martha Stewart
At this pink-infused site, visitors can browse through countless Martha-in-prison items, like the latest news headlines, merchandise, polls and more.
Thanks to this clever site, you can experience fireworks festivities in a variety of locations with just a click of the mouse button.
Official Rules For Calling Shotgun
Everyone's strived for the front passenger's seat, but how many know the etiquette involved to obtain it legally?
This colorful destination lets users check their naughty or nice rating, choose your own elf buddy, play games in elf school or print your own elf diploma.
Ever wonder what happens to your desktop after you power down your computer? It isn't pretty according to this clever animated short.
Sometimes, all you need is sage advice. Just don't expect it from this amusing destination.
Ever wonder what happens to those coins you lose or get rid of? Apparently, they end up at this site which boasts a wide collection of beat up, scuffed and mutilated currency.
Don't have time to celebrate Hanukkah this year? Fear not. Just log on to this site and observe the Jewish Festival of Lights anytime you want.
You Have Bad Taste In Music
This Web diversion chronicles a heckler's quest to rid the world of those he deems to have bad musical tastes.
The Castle of Doom
At this low-rent but amusing Gothic site, visitors can browse a massive assortment of holiday features.
At this nifty diversion, visitors watch everyday Web sites transform into virtual kaleidoscopes of colors and shapes.
Fire Dave Wannstedt.com
Web sites like this tend to appear when unpopular coaches and their teams head toward a downward spiral, and the 0-6 Miami Dolphins fit this site's criteria well. (Also see Fire Ron Zook.com)
This clever little diversion allows visitors to mouse over three types of staplers, view a gallery of staplers past and present and other assorted goodies.
A magazine that displays found love letters, birthday cards, kids' homework, to-do lists, ticket stubs, poetry on napkins, doodles, etc.
The Telesis Journals
Visitors follow the adventures of John Sherman Mills and Thomas Iver Petersen, two professional photographers who've traveled the globe with the hopes of creating a resource for "adventurers of all ages."
Am I Annoying.com
A Web site that catalogs almost every conceiveable subject, person or location and determines whether it is annoying or not.
Company that builds fun, custom airplanes including a flying John Deere lawnmower, a flying American flag and a witch on a broomstick.
Weird Stuff at Abiator's Active Classroom
This humble, G-rated destination houses a tidy assortment of optical illusions and strange observations.
Animation sites don't come more cute than this amusing Web site, which carries the motto: "A simple pencil-drawn paradise."
Sesame Street Encyclopedia
This cheery reference site offers an alphabetical listing of all the characters who once lived in or currently inhabit Jim Henson's song-filled, fictional neighborhood.
The Infinite Teen Slang Dictionary
"Service" attempts to catalog words creatively used as fictional teenage slang.
This extensive site catalogs the 'World Wide Web's Worst Web Sites.'
Tamir's DeLorean Site
The controversial car popularized by the 'Back to the Future' trilogy is featured in this enthusiast's Web site.
Check out this portal, which collects listings of every Web cam available on the Internet. It arranges its cams by category, from faraway cities, outer space to classrooms, and then some.
The Zombie Survival Guide
Prepare yourself when movies like "Resident Evil," "28 Days Later," and "Dawn of the Dead" come knocking on your front door.
Zombie Infection Simulation
Computer program simulating how zombies methodically take over an unsuspecting city.
The Official Superhero Guide
If you're ever bitten by a radioactive spider or wake up with amazing superhuman powers, turn to this guide to decide your career path, figure out a name, design a costume and make a few greenbacks as a superhero.
Looking for some tricky trivia-based fun to pass the time? Then check out this site, which boasts memory games, brain teasers, IQ tests and more.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? The answer is clear at this entertaining animation site. Highlights include "Shakespearean Eggs 1" and the sharp-witted "Eggs In Space."
Squirrel Name Generator
"A collection of humor pages, satire, wacky news, blogs, movies plus a bit of photography for all squirrel lovers."
I Want One of Those
A Web site specializing in "stuff you don't need ... but really, really want.
The T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. Project
T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. is a series of experiments conducted during finals week, 1995, at Rice University. The tests were designed to determine the properties of that incredible food, the Twinkie.
Brutally honest personals
Visitors will discover nearly two-dozen self-deprecating profiles for various narcissists, money-grubbers, couch potatoes, druggies and more. Note: Some language may not be suitable for younger visitors.
Illusions and Paradoxes
This site discusses how different shapes and designs can create illusions that fool the human eye.
The Infinite Cat Project
This site explores "cats regarding cats regarding cats in an electronic melieu."
HDTV: Beauty Is Skin-Deep
High-definition television will change the face of small-screen broadcasting -- and how you look at Hollywood's "perfect" stars. See who's hot and who's not in this list.
J.K. Rowling's Official Web site
A well-designed, beautiful Web site for die-hard Harry Potter fans thirsty for the latest insider-tips and news about Rowling's boy hero.
The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman
Seinfeld and his superhero pal Superman stroll through Manhattan and the American Southwest while talking about the idiosyncrasies of daily life. Hilarious if you don't mind the blatant product placement by American Express.
The Movie Cliches List
"This is a list of the most annoying and common logic flaws and stereotypes found in movies." For example, in the Medieval section, "Medieval peasants always have filthy faces, tangled hair, ragged clothing -- and perfect, gleaming white teeth."
Banner Report.com - The Internet Advertising Resource Guide
Think of this Web site as the Encyclopedia Britannica of online advertising. Creator Tari Akpodiete has compiled nearly 15,000 images and Flash art used as advertising and marketing tools in various Web sites.
The Easter Egg Archive
In tech speak, Easter eggs are amusing tidbits that multimedia creators hide in their creations, like hidden tracks on CDs or special DVD freatures that appear only after a specific code is entered on your remote. This site uncovers plenty of them over a variety of media -- and even some artworks.
Beans Around the World
This amusing, oddball travel site follows "the amazing (but true!) journey of a can of S&W brand black beans as they make their way across this great nation of ours, and to other nations!"
iPods Around the World
iPodlounge members upload photos of their iPods at various global destinations and tourist traps.
This addictive interactive Flash game requires visitors to guide a lone helicopter through a cave filled with various obstacles. Not rocket science, but enjoyable nonetheless.
A series of seven hilarious e-toons about three small children and their run-ins with a perpetually ravenous (and carnivorous) giant pink rabbit.
'Batman Begins' Batmobile
The new tank-like Batmobile is caught filming stunt scenes in Chicago. Right-click and hit 'Save As' on the link to download the video to your computer.
Elena's Motorcycle Ride Through Chernobyl
A Ukrainian woman takes photos of the restricted zones around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor.
14" Pizza Power
Use a pizza box to protect your expensive laptop from theft, dings.
Falafel King game
Play a falafel vendor who must quickly assemble sandwiches for an ever-growing clientele.
24th Century Interior Design
An unemployed British DJ turns his apartment into an exact replica of 24th century living accomodations aboard the fictional Star Trek: The Next Generation starship U.S.S. Enterprise.
Paranormal potato chips gallery
An anonymous blogger shows off is tidy collection of potato chips, which bear likenesses to some of pop culture, and history's most famous faces. See if you can spot Abe Lincoln, Egyptian pharoah Ramses II, Alfred Hitchcock and Marilyn Monroe in the chips.
The Continental Drift Cam
This Web site literally beats watching grass grow or waiting for paint to dry. Since continental drift occurs at a rate of 3 inches a year, you shouldn't expect to see much activity, if any at all. Still, that doesn't make the site any less hypnotic.
Angry Alien Productions
Web e-toon company produces 30-second re-enactments of classic movies ... starring bunnies. Visit the site to view creative renditions of Jaws, The Exorcist, Alien, Titanic and The Shining.
Confessions of a Car Salesman
A veteran journalist is hired by the editors of edmunds.com to "work" at two Los Angeles-area car dealerships and report on the behind-the-scenes life of auto sales.
Cookin' With Google
Use the world's most popular search tool to help you create a home-cooked meal with leftovers and various ingredients in the fridge!
Awful plastic surgery
Fans of the E! channel should enjoy this admitted trashy reference site, which catalogs the cosmetic comings and goings of the Hollywood elite.
How far can you keep an intoxicated man walking? Find out!
Etch A Sketch
Draw a masterpiece with this children's toy usually found at dentists' waiting rooms.
Paper airplane simulator
See how far you can throw a paper airplane from your desktop!
Head-to-head quarter-mile simulator
Can a Ferrari Enzo beat a Ford Focus in a quarter-mile race? Find out!
Windows RG Edition
Tired of viruses? Spam e-mail? Windows bugs? Then check out this new-and-improved version of Microsoft's popular operating system.